Practice does make you a better photographer, in fact, a better “anything”. So improving your skills comes fundamentally from utilizing your good habits.
Using the data saved from your images can really help out your workflow and complete management of your photos. Ensure you understand how, with us!
Learning the absolute foundations of photography and how to use your camera will enable you to expand your skills hugely. This article is all about that!
Playing with Shutter Speeds and tripods is always a load of fun and can be a really creative way of capturing movement in many different ways. See what kind of style suits you most, whether on the streets, in the deepest forest or at the race track…
Photographers! Natural light is a whole world of opportunity for changing how you do portraits, just waiting for you. Whether Nature, Urban, Sunrise, Sunset – create a whole new style with the earth’s natural light source!
Anyone who knows me or follows me on social media will know of my obsession with water drop images. An obsession that has lasted over 30 years, ever since I first saw a copy “A Study of Splashes” by A.M.Worthington. In 1981 I built a home made trigger and tower that allowed me to take […]
Using a fast lens like a “Prime” 50mm or 85mm enables you to open up a world of new opportunities and styles for your photography. It’s exciting to discover new angles, new light scenarios you can shoot at and new ways to plan your compositions.
If you’re new to Lightroom (or even if you’re reasonably familiar with it), Phil Steele recently put together a Youtube video that is a great way to become a little more familiar with the inner workings of this amazing piece of software (which currently holds the top spot in our roundup of the best photography […]
Photography and Art go hand in hand because they are the same thing. Creating beautiful art through a camera is what is so enjoyable about it all and taking the time to produce those images you can be proud of is worth the investment of your time.
Do photographers really need social media? One could easily argue that photographers seemed to get by just fine before Twitter existed. It’s true. But things have changed. The question of whether you need social media is one that will elicit different responses, but the bottom line is that, used effectively, social media can be an invaluable asset to photographers.